MICPA to Provide Restaurant Accounting Course Amidst Food Boom in Michigan

by MICPA | May 08, 2017   ()

Detroit is growing into a major food destination, and the Michigan Association of Certified Public Accountants is providing a seminar about restaurant accounting and the unique caveats that come with food service accounting.

The seminar, titled Restaurant Accounting and Controls 2017, is designed for CPAs, accountants, bookkeepers and those who work in accounting for the restaurant industry and will focus on weekly accounting controls and reporting procedures that are unique to the restaurant industry. It will also provide insights on financial statements to increase net profits by five percent with the ability to annualize financial statements.

The session is scheduled for June 21 from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Michigan State University Management Education Center, 811 W. Lake Square Road, Troy.

“As Michigan continues to become a destination for foodies from around the country, we are aiming to provide the necessary specialized education for those in the industry,” said Dan Kolasinski, Director of Program Development. “MICPA is committed to supporting this growth and excited to do our part to help our members and business owners succeed.”

Attendees will also learn about managing labor costs, tip credits and FICA tax reporting, understanding tax laws for restaurants, and handling minimum wage increase and incentive programs.

Registration is $305 for MICPA members and $435 for non-members and available by visiting

Source: MICPA
Source: MICPA

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